With advancing and new technologies now and then, it is effortless for one to be swept away by modern tides, but some individuals, for unpopular reasons, have chosen otherwise.
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These weird folks relocated from their cosy homes and fine places of abode to live in the wild devoid of electricity and internet usage.
Briefly, News looks at 4 individuals who have walked this route and how they have fared so far.
For the past two decades, a lady identified as Emma has been living far away from modern cities and in the woods all by herself.
The pro-nature woman lives in a tiny hut Chapachap reported cost her over N500k to build with no running water, electricity or internet.
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Unlike typical building structures, the 4 meters wide earthen house has no curtains. Its roofing, which has plants growing on it, rests on the walls made from straw bales.
Her relocation to the wild follows what she tagged 'nature's call' to relocate. She is still living in the woods in Wales at present.
2. Ho Van Lang
The young man made the jungle relocation journey with his dad but was forced back to seek help from the civilized world when his dad was hit with an ailment.
But before then, they lived in the wilderness for 40 years, living off of things they could find there and making loins for themselves from trees.
Ho eventually passed away 8 years after returning to civilization.
3. Amou Haji
Amou Jaji, an Iranian, hasn't had a bath for over 60 years and has no shame about it.
The old man who quit living in the civilized world was said to have stopped bathing after suffering from some deep emotional trauma in his youth.
Amou drinks five litres of water every day from a rusty tin and eats rotten meat products as well as dead animals.
4. Ken Smith
At the young age of 26, Ken Smith relocated to the wilderness, where he stayed for 40 years.
The UK citizen resides alone in a hand-made log cabin on the bank of a loch in the Scottish Highlands.
He was airlifted to receive care for a stroke but returned to live in the wild. He feeds on vegetables grown in the woods as well as forages.
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In other news about people living wildly, Briefly News previously reported that it is said that a sting from a honey bee can result in a painfully raised swell or an allergic reaction that will require medical attention.
Little wonder humans shy away from coming in contact with the insect. But the reverse is the case for a man as he has found fame with it.
The unidentified man is a serial beekeeper. He is in fact, more than that. The man is popular in his community for his ability to walk around with thousands of bees on his body without being stung.
Source: Briefly News